Woman shares spooky footage of ‘ghost’ removing her dog’s collar

Ghostly security footage has been shared online showing the dog’s collar removed without intervention.

Dog owner and TikTok user Shannyfantg is convinced a ghost removed her dog’s collar and she’s shared security footage to prove it.

She shared the clip on her account @user3228721954538and urged viewers to watch the black dog carefully.

She wrote: “Sorry for the obnoxious barking at first. Watch my black dog. Ghost takes his collar off in his crate.”

In the video, her two dogs, both in separate crates, bark one after the other.

They continue to do this non-stop, until about 25 seconds into the sequence when the animals go completely silent – and stay alert for a while.

The two dogs suddenly fell silent (Image: @shannyfangg/TikTok)

The black dog, who is in the cage on the right, begins to moan and suddenly rears up in the cage as far as he can go, when his collar randomly falls off.

That’s what convinced her owner there was a “ghost” – and she’s not the only one to think so.

Since posting, the video has racked up over a million likes and thousands of comments from people who say he’s a ghost too, reports the Mirror.

One person said, “I’ve never seen such compelling ghost video.”

dog in crate

Her necklace has come undone (Image: @shannyfantg/TikTok)

Another wrote: “They both went super quiet…they felt the energy.”

A third commented: ‘The silence was unsettling.

Someone else said, “Something that bothers dogs is not for me.”

Others have suggested that the necklace got caught on one of the metal crate bars, causing it to come loose.

They said: “The collar was stuck on the crate, when the dog turned its head, it unbuckled. The dog was startled by the unbuckling of the collar and jumped back. Come on people.”

“The only thing that would make sense – MORE THAN A GHOST (which I believe) is that the collar was too tight, the dog twisted its neck and made it come off. The dog is scared and jumps back. »

But not everyone was convinced because the dog was ‘not near the sides of that crate for him to get stuck on anything’.

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Elizabeth J. Harless